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    A US bankruptcy court judge on Tuesday ordered the law firm of Stormy Daniels' attorney Michael Avenatti to pay a $10 million judgment to an attorney who once worked for the firm, according to court documents. […]

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1) The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that states can decide if they want to make betting on sports events legal.
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2) Members of Congress have released more than 3,000 Facebook ads placed by a Russian organization aimed at influencing the 2016 election. The House Intelligence Committee also plans to release 80,000 pieces of organic content created by the Russians. The ads are aimed at both conservative and liberal voters.
Do you think you could tell if a Facebook ad was placed by Russians trying to influence your vote?

Mark and Christina Rotondo say they have given their son five written notices that he “must leave [their] house immediately.” Now they’re taking the 30-year-old to court.  ABC News has more.

CPD Seeks Extra Officer Positions

Posted 5-22-2018, Cheyenne Police Department (CHEYENNE)--  For the last ten years the Cheyenne Police Department has seen the numbers of calls for service increase each year, but the allotted department staffing has decreased from 109 positions in 2010 to 105...

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Gov. Mead Approves $5 Million Loan to Keep WyoTech Open

By Sara Teter, KGAB
CHEYENNE – Gov. Matt Mead authorized a loan Monday of up to $5 million to DBJJDM Enterprises for the operation of WyoTech in Laramie. The loan, in addition to a large equity investment, will be used to purchase the assets of WyoTech and for ongoing operations, according to a Wyoming Business Council release. DBJJDM Enterprises is led by Jim Mathis, former WyoTech instructor and CEO.

Legislators to hear proposal changing legal notice publication requirements

By Ike Fredregill, Laramie Boomerang
LARAMIE — In the interest of keeping government accountable to the public, Wyoming state statutes require local governments to publish some information in a local newspaper — commonly referred to as legal notices.

But as the state provides less funding to local governments because of Wyoming’s fiscal downturn, local governments are seeking ways to stretch every dollar, including potentially eliminating legal notice publication costs.

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DEQ monitors mine blasts for air quality

By Ashleigh Fox, The Sheridan Press
SHERIDAN — The yellow haze rising from area mines may seem bad for the environment, but agencies work to ensure compliance with regulations to preserve air quality in surrounding communities.

The week before a group of fourth- and fifth-graders from elementary schools in Sheridan County School District 2 presented to Decker Coal Mine workers, a yellow cloud of smoke hung above the Spring Creek Mine 5 miles north of the Wyoming border. The sight sparked questions with visitors. Click here for more

Potential threat to Powell High School deemed a hoax; investigation ongoing

By CJ Baker, Powell Tribune
POWELL — Police are planning a higher-profile presence in Powell schools over the coming days after a post containing a potential threat was circulated on social media on Monday.

“It is clear now that the social media posts were in fact a hoax,” Park County School District No. 1 Superintendent Jay Curtis said in a Monday night message to parents, adding, “At this time, there is no credible threat to the high school, nor any other school in our district.” Click here for more

Cheyenne man accused of having sex with underage employee bound over for trial

By Joy Greenwald, KGAB
The case against a Cheyenne man accused of having a sexual relationship with a minor who worked for him has been sent to Laramie County District Court.  Click here for more

Water system back on at the Fontenelle Creek Campground

Posted 5-22-2018, BLM Wyoming (KEMMERER) --  The Bureau of Land Management Kemmerer Field Office advises that the potable water system at the Fontenelle Creek Campground has been turned back on for the 2018 camping season. The BLM strives to be a good neighbor by...

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Cheyenne City Council schedules meetings to discuss budget

Posted 5-22-2018, Cheyenne City Council (CHEYENNE) – The Cheyenne City Council will hold Committee of the Whole meetings on Wednesday, May 23 and June 6 at 6 p.m. in Council Chambers (2101 O’Neil Ave.).    The Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 budget will be the only item the...

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Look, don’t touch newborn wildlife this spring

Posted 5-22-2018, Wyoming Game and Fish Department (CHEYENNE) - In the next several weeks, wildlife throughout Wyoming will be bearing young. This is an incredible time of year and is a chance to see newborn elk calves, deer and pronghorn fawns as well as many others....

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EWC hires gunsmithing instructor

Posted 5-21-2018, Eastern Wyoming College (TORRINGTON) -- Eastern Wyoming College officials have announced that Glen Morovits has been hired to develop and kick off the new Gunsmithing program as the lead instructor. The new program will begin Fall 2019 at the Douglas...

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  • Judge orders a firm of Stormy Daniels' attorney...

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  • Drought on tap to intensify over US Southwest

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  • Sewage spill forces closure of 2 beaches in...

    BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) - Officials have closed two Burlington beaches amid concerns about a sewage spill in the neighboring wetlands of Lake Champlain. Local 22 News reports concerns of a water main break in Burlington on Monday night led to the discovery of the sewage spill. City officials say an ... […]

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  • How America has gotten worse for working mothers

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  • Establishment Loses Big as Grassroots Candidates...

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1) A judge in California has ruled that Starbucks and other coffee companies have to post a cancer warning, because a chemical used in the bean roasting process is a known carcinogen. The coffee industry is fighting back, saying the amount of the carcinogen is too small to cause harm. They say they can’t remove the chemical without affecting the taste.
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2) The federal government, including Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, who is from Montana, is considering blocking gold mining from the mountains just north of Yellowstone National Park, citing concerns about the impact on the environment. Mining companies say they have been working in the area for years and the impact of new mines would be minimal.
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